Voices of the Land: Indigenous Design and Planning from the Prairies – UM Today

Voices of the Land: Indigenous Design and Planning from the Prairies – UM Today

by ahnationtalk on February 22, 202136 Views

February 22, 2021 —

“I’m so filled with belief and hope because when I hear your voices at the table, I hear and know that the responsibilities that our ancestors carried … are still being carried … even through all of the struggles, even through all of what has been disrupted … we can still hear the voices of the land.”  – Anishinaabe Elder Mary Deleary [1]

Voices of the Land: Indigenous Design and Planning from the Prairies produced by the Indigenous Design and Planning Students’ Association (IDPSA), of the Faculty of Architecture at the University of Manitoba. IDPSA was founded in Fall 2019, as a platform to host honest conversations around inclusion and representation. In an effort to broaden the lens of Indigenous design and planning, IDPSA actively seeks to incorporate Indigenous values within the design community through advocating for culturally informed initiatives, programs, and curriculum.

Read More: https://news.umanitoba.ca/voices-of-the-land/

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